GEOG 710: Information Design (3)

Concepts and principles for the organization of verbal, numerical, and graphic/spatial data and their application to the production of information displays and instruments. Examination of the evolution of the information design process from the traditional (communication system) perspective to interactive user-centered design approaches. The nature of human information processing in handling information for both visualization and analysis, with particular emphasis on decision-making and usability. Prerequisite: GEOG 510, INDD 510, PSYC 318, PSYC 685, or equivalent, or consent of instructor. LEC
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